Susan’s first camera, ca. 1946, led her to develop and print pictures in childhood. Horses as her prime target have given way to wildlife, especially deer. She continued with darkroom printing until she switched to a digital camera.  

     Susan stopped writing for a number of years to devote her time to photography. One year, she toured the western states for 10 weeks just to photograph wildlife. Her equipment included a Nikon camera and a 600 mm, f 2 lens. She held one-person shows and toured wildlife shows and art/craft festivals to sell her photographs.

     Her photographs have been published by the Georgia Wildlife Federation, Deerhunters United, and the Georgia Forestry Association.

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